From a Shark-Shaped Superyacht to a Garbage-Eating Catamaran: 7 Bonkers Boat Concepts Debuting This Year
Some are fantasy, others could be built right now. All seven offer a glimpse of yachting’s future.
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The biggest sale in Greece’s yachting history, Malia is a cornucopia of design, with 250 interior materials that include semi-precious stones and 15 types of marble.
Despite Leona’s ruby-red exterior, Greek statues, and gold-leaf ceilings, there’s something warm and endearing about all the discordant features the vessel has on offer. We step aboard.
Forget the Caribbean and the Côte d’Azur. Stay off the beaten sea with these underrated—and under-travelled—destinations.
Christian Leyk’s new cruiser has a sleek Art Deco aesthetic akin to New York’s iconic Chrysler Building.
Gone are stacked wedding cake designs and in their place are interior architect-led creations that foster a connection with the nature outside.
55-metre schooner “Elena” was modelled on a historic sailing yacht of the same name that was built in 1910.
A traditional wooden phinisi hand-built in Indonesia, Vela features a surprisingly modern interior that its owners mandated for living the good life.
The lightning-fast vessel, which recently had a major refit, is ready for its second life.
The yard’s owner likens the PJ63 to a Bentley.
Picchiotti’s latest incarnation will be retro-influenced modern yachts inspired by 1960s American design.
Designer Jay Aberdoni says erasing walls enhances the quality of life.